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NetSuite Inc.
TypePublic (NYSEN)
IndustryComputer software
FoundedCalifornia (1998)
HeadquartersSan Mateo, California, U.S.
Key peopleLawrence (Larry) J. Ellison
Zachary (Zach) Nelson (CEO)
Evan M. Goldberg (Chairman/CTO)
David Downing (CMO)
ProductsNetSuite
NetSuite OneWorld
NetSuite CRM+
NetSuite Platforms include NS-BOS
RevenueIncrease US$193 million (2010)[1]
Operating incomeIncrease (US$25.6) million (2010)[1]
Net incomeIncrease (US$27.5) million (2010)[1]
Employees1500 (August, 2012)[1]
 
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NetSuite Inc.
TypePublic (NYSEN)
IndustryComputer software
FoundedCalifornia (1998)
HeadquartersSan Mateo, California, U.S.
Key peopleLawrence (Larry) J. Ellison
Zachary (Zach) Nelson (CEO)
Evan M. Goldberg (Chairman/CTO)
David Downing (CMO)
ProductsNetSuite
NetSuite OneWorld
NetSuite CRM+
NetSuite Platforms include NS-BOS
RevenueIncrease US$193 million (2010)[1]
Operating incomeIncrease (US$25.6) million (2010)[1]
Net incomeIncrease (US$27.5) million (2010)[1]
Employees1500 (August, 2012)[1]

NetSuite Inc. (NYSEN) markets cloud-based software-as-a-service integrated business management software. NetSuite's cloud business management system includes ERP / accounting, order management / inventory, CRM, professional services automation (PSA), and Ecommerce. NetSuite was originally named NetLedger by its founders, Larry Ellison and one of his early employees, Evan Goldberg.[2]

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History

Originally NetLedger, NetSuite was founded in 1998 by Evan Goldberg[citation needed], current chairman and chief technology officer, with the financial backing of Lawrence J. Ellison, founder and chief executive officer of Oracle Corp. Other initial investors were StarVest Partners and UBS PaineWebber.

NetLedger was later renamed to Oracle Small Business Suite,[2] and finally NetSuite.

NetSuite's major shareholder is Ellison, who financed the company's creation in late 1998 to as the company began.[citation needed] In December 2007, NetSuite became a publicly traded company after its IPO on the NYSE.[3]

NetSuite has about 1,000 employees and has offices in San Mateo, California; Toronto, Canada; Denver, Colorado; Boston, Massachusetts; Brno, Czech Republic; the United Kingdom; the Philippines; Japan; Singapore; Hong Kong; and Australia.[4]

Awards

In 2012, Netsuite was ranked among top 20 cloud computing companies in the world. In 2011, NetSuite won the 26th Annual CODiE Awards for Best Financial Management Solution. In 2010, NetSuite won for industry excellence in three different categories at the CODiE Awards[5]:

According to Gartner, NetSuite has been North America's fastest growing top 10 Financial Management System in North America from 2008-2010. Gartner also recognized NetSuite as the UK's and Australia's fastest growing top 10 Financial Management System in 2010.

NetSuite was voted the best cloud application by a panel of leading independent experts in the Cloud Computing World Series Awards 2010 in London.

NetSuite OneWorld was voted by UK customers as the Enterprise Accounting Software of the year in Sift Media's 2009 Software Satisfaction Awards.

CPA Technology Advisor awarded NetSuite with a 5-Star Rating in 2009

NetSuite partners

NetSuite's major partnership categories consist of:

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d Yahoo Finance (2010-12-31). "Income Statement for Netsuite Inc Common Stock - Yahoo! Finance". http://finance.yahoo.com/q/is?s=N&annual. Retrieved 2011-12-05. 
  2. ^ a b Turner, Rob (2005-02-01). "Larry's Kids". Inc. Magazine. http://www.inc.com/magazine/20050201/larrys-kids.html. Retrieved 2008-01-11. 
  3. ^ Kawamoto, Dawn (2007-07-02). "NetSuite files for IPO". CNET News.com. http://www.news.com/2100-1014_3-6194557.html. Retrieved 2008-01-07. 
  4. ^ "NetSuite offices". http://www.netsuite.com/portal/contactus.shtml. 
  5. ^ 2010 Codie Award Winners

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